Certified Mail’s important role in the medical debt collection process.
Certified Mail® plays an important role in the account receivables process used by hospitals and other healthcare providers to collect medical debt. More than 20 states have passed laws requiring that Final Demand Notices and other debt collection notices be sent via USPS Certified Mail to ensure a consistent and pre-approved method for communicating with debtors.…Read More
How the Groups feature makes it easy for clients to manage Certified Mail sent from multiple locations.
The Groups feature in SimpleCertifiedMail.com enables businesses with users spread across many locations to centralize management of the Certified Mail software with a single account administrator or to enable regional and/or local account administrators to manage the use of the software in their regions. This enables regional and/or local administrators to add and delete users,…Read More
Why law firms use Certified Mail software to make the process more efficient.
Law firms that frequently use Certified Mail® know the process is cumbersome and time-consuming. It requires filling in manual forms for each mail piece, visiting the Post Office for Proof of Acceptance, waiting more than a week for the mail to be delivered and signed Green Cards to be returned, and the hassle of storing…Read More
How Batch Processing and APIs automate Certified Mail® for Mail Service Providers
Eliminate manual steps from production process. Automatically post Electronic Proof of Acceptance and Delivery to client accounts. Eliminate Green Cards.Read More
How to mail to an Internal Revenue Service or State Tax office that does not have a street address or Post Office box
Some clients mail to Internal Revenue Service or State Tax offices that don’t include a street address or Post Office box. When preparing Certified Mail pieces one-at-a-time, leave the Address and Address 2 entries blank in Step 2: Recipient on the Create Cover Sheets & Labels screen, and be sure to check the “Bypass address…Read More